Hosted by Penn State University’s Center for Ethics & Religious Affairs, this 2010 weeklong exhibit featured various panels and discussion topics, multiple venues and several local sponsors.
The center needed a poster that could be displayed campuswide and throughout the local community to promote all related activities. They also requested individual but coordinated fliers that could be handed out on the day of each event.
This was the first of several projects initiated by the center and managed by All Aboard Design to increase awareness of their events, programs, services and facilities.
This site was commissioned by a local congregation with niche appeal and a historical location. Given the client's interest in a highly aesthetic presentation, the design reflects both the visual and cultural charm of the church.
The project is comprised of original photography, custom icons, and illustrations. Every visual element, from images to textures, originates from photographs shot onsite.
A dynamic navigation bar was assembled using PHP and jQuery.
In late 2011 Concast Metal Products Co. had opened new offices in Birmingham, OH, and were looking to capture and display the quality and history of their product. Concast comissioned All Aboard Design with the production and installation of multiple large-format photographs to be displayed throughout the new building.
All Aboard Design managed every aspect of the project, from studio and on-site digital and film photography to the production of prints and the mounting of the photographs.